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After years of trying to teach using different resources, constantly adapting them to meet my needs, creating a variety of assessments, and supplementing my own ideas to make learning fun and engaging, I decided it was time to put everything together in one convenient, cohesive curriculum. It was a lot of work, but well worth it. Teaching now is so much easier and a lot more engaging for my students. 


I didn't want other teachers to have to spend their time like I did, spending countless hours lesson planning, writing quizzes, tests, finals, creating activities, etc., so I published the materials in a comprehensive package called Hands In Touch ASL Curriculum. 


Now ASL teachers can focus on teaching and connecting with students, rather than curriculum development and lesson planning.


My hope is that this will bring back the joy of teaching such a wonderful and expressive language, and that your students will have fun in the process. 

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About the Authors 

Cheryl Perez and James Andrews, who have over 56 years of combined experience teaching ASL in public high school to a very diverse population ethnically, socially, and academically, have put together this comprehensive curriculum to make your job easier. They understand how hearing high school students learn best and how to keep them excited and motivated while learning this wonderful language. Their desire is that you, as a teacher, can focus on your students and teaching, rather than spending your time creating or adapting curriculum to meet the unique needs of your students. • Fremont, CA


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